Reopening Lessons – May 13th

  • That reopening doesn’t mean everyone, everywhere, and some businesses may never come back.
  • That we still have to wear masks.
  • That when churches reopen, they may be limited to 25 to 100 (pick your number, the smaller the better) in a gathering.
  • That we shouldn’t sing in public (see https://morethantheflu.com/taking-a-chance-on-choir/ )
  • That reopening too soon will cost lives, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
  • Until there is more testing and contact tracing, meat processing plants, nursing homes, and prisons, will be viral hotspots infecting their surrounding community.
  • Without guidance from the federal government, states and municipalities don’t know when to open. They roll the dice, risking the lives of their citizens, as well as, a resurgence of the virus that will force them to close down hard.

I find it hard to keep track of all the new learning that COVID-19 is forcing on us. Stay safe and keep informed. – Bill Kemp

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